Human Resource Management (COMM 211.3)

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COMM 211 02 January 2017 David Kraichy (primary instructor)
COMM 211 04 January 2017 David Kraichy (primary instructor)
COMM 211 06 January 2017 David Kraichy (primary instructor)
COMM 211 08 January 2017 Marc Mentzer (primary instructor)
 
COMM 211 01 September 2016 Carla Odnokon (primary instructor)
COMM 211 03 September 2016 Carla Odnokon (primary instructor)
COMM 211 05 September 2016 Carla Odnokon (primary instructor)
COMM 211 17 September 2016 Joseph Schmidt (primary instructor)
 
COMM 211 01 May 2016 David Kraichy (primary instructor)
 
COMM 211 02 January 2016 Sylvia Lee (primary instructor)
COMM 211 04 January 2016 Scott Walsworth (primary instructor)
COMM 211 06 January 2016 Marc Mentzer (primary instructor)
COMM 211 08 January 2016 Marc Mentzer (primary instructor)

Description

Develops a framework for human resource management comprising the context, issues, strategies, and processes of managing people in organizations. The challenges arising from the context include legal and ethical issues as well as global perspectives. Processes include selection and recruitment, performance appraisal, training and development, compensation and benefits, labour relations, and managing employee and employer interests within the employment relationship.

Note

Students may receive credit for only one of COMM 211.3, ENT 220.3, COMM 386.3, or BAC 15.

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